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Parenting Plan Blank

Parenting Plan Blank

COUNTY, FLORIDA


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PARENTING PLAN


I. PARENTS


Mother


Father


Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.9 – Parenting Plan (10/08)


II. CHILDREN:

This parenting plan is for the following child(ren) born or adopted by the parties:


III. JURISDICTION

The United States is the country of habitual residence of the children.

 

The State of Florida is the child(ren)’s home state for the purposes of the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act.

 

This Parenting Plan is child custody determination for the purposes of the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act, the International Child Abduction Remedies Act, 42 U.S-C ss 11601 et seq., the Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act, and the Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction enacted at the Hague on October 25, 1980, and for all other state and federal laws.


IV. PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY AND DECISION MAKING


It is in the best interest of the child(ren) that the parents confer and jointly make all major decisions affecting the welfare of the child(ren). Major decisions include, but are not limited to, decisions about the child(ren)’s education, healthcare, and other responsibilities unique to this family.


It is in the best interest of the child(ren) that the parents confer and attempt to agree on the major decisions involving the child(ren). If the parents are unable to agree, the authority for making major decisions regarding the child(ren) shall be as follows:


shall have sole authority to make major decisions for the child(ren).


2. Day to Day Decisions

Each parent shall make decisions regarding day to day care and control of each child while the child is with that parent. Regardless of the allocation of decision making in the parenting plan, either parent may make emergency decisions affecting the health or safety of the child(ren) when the child is residing with that parent. A parent who makes emergency decisions shall share the decision with the other parent as soon as reasonably possible.


V. INFORMATION SHARING.

Unless otherwise indicated or ordered by the Court:

Both parents shall have access to medical and school records pertaining to the child(ren) and shall be permitted to independently consult with any and all professionals involved with the child(ren). The parents shall cooperate with each other in sharing information related to the health, education, and welfare of the child(ren) and they shall sign any necessary documentation ensuring that both parents have access to said records.

 

Each parent shall be responsible for obtaining records and reports directly from the school and health care providers.

 

Both parents have equal rights to inspect and receive governmental agency and law enforcement records concerning the child(ren).

 

Both parents shall have equal and independent authority to confer with the child(ren)’s school, day care, health care providers, and other programs with regard to the child(ren)’s educational, emotional, and social progress.

Both parents shall be listed as “emergency contacts” for all the child(ren).

Each parent has a continuing responsibility to provide residential, mailing, or contact addresses and contact telephone numbers to the other parent. Each parent shall notify the other parent in writing within 24 hours of any changes. Each parent notifies the court in writing within seven (7) days of any changes.


VI. SCHEDULING

1. School Calendar


of each year, both parents should obtain a copy of the school calendar for the next school year. The parents shall discuss the calendars and the time- sharing schedule so that any differences or questions can be resolved.


2. Academic Break Definition

When defining academic break periods, the period shall begin at the end of the last schedule day of classes before the holiday or break and shall start on the first day of regularly scheduled classes after the holiday or break.


VII. TIME-SHARING SCHEDULE

1. Weekday and Weekend Schedule


and continue as follows:


A. The child(ren) shall spend time with the Mother on the following dates and times:


B. The child(ren) shall spend time with the Father on the following dates and times:


C. Check box if there is a different time sharing schedule for any child. Complete a separate attachment for each child for whom there is a different time sharing schedule.


Holidays


Mother’s Day


Father’s Day


President’s Day


Martin Luther King Day


Easter


Passover


Memorial Day


4th of July


Labor Day Weekend


Columbus Day


Weekend


Halloween


Thanksgiving


Veteran’s Day


Hanukkah


Yom Kippur


Rosh Hashanah


Kwanzaa


Christmas Eve


Christmas Day


New Year’s


Mother’s Birthday


Father’s Birthday


Child(ren)’s Birthdays


Other:


Other:


Other:


3. Winter Break


The other parent will have the children for the second portion of the Winter Break. The parties shall alternate the arrangement each year.


B. Specific Winter Holidays


shall have the child(ren) for the entire Spring Break.


before school starts.


The other parent shall have the child(ren) for the second half of the Summer Break. The parents shall alternate the first and second halves of each year unless otherwise agreed. During the extended periods of time-sharing, the other parent shall have the child(ren).


6. Number of Overnights


overnights per year. Note: The two overnights must equal 365.


7. If not set forth above, the parties shall have time-sharing in accordance with the schedule which is attached and incorporate herein.


VIII. TRANSPORTATION AND EXCHANGE OF CHILD(REN)


shall provide all transportation.


2. Exchange (Choose only one)

Both parents shall have the child(ren) ready on time with sufficient clothing packed and read at the agreed upon time of exchange.


MINUTES late without contacting the other parent to make arrangements, the parent with the child(ren) may proceed with other plans and activities.


Unless both parties agree in advance to a different meeting place.


of the costs.


DAYS written notice before traveling out of state unless there is an emergency, and shall provide the other parent with a detailed itinerary, including locations and telephone numbers where the child(ren) and parent can be reached at least


DAYS before traveling.


DAYS prior to traveling, the parent shall provide a detailed itinerary, including locations and telephone numbers where the child(ren) and parent can be reached during the trip. Each parent agrees to provide whatever documentation is necessary for the other parent to take the child(ren) out of the country.


IX. EDUCATION


1. School Designation.


address shall be designated.


X. DESIGNATION FOR OTHER LEGAL PURPOSES


This majority designation is SOLELY for purposes of all other state and federal laws which require such a designation. This designation does not affect either parent’s rights or responsibilities under this Parenting Plan.


XI. COMMUNICATION


1. Between Parents

All communications regarding the child(ren) shall be between the parents. The parents shall not use the child(ren) as messengers to convey information, ask questions, or set up schedule changes.


2. Between Parent and Child(ren)

Both parents shall keep contact information current. Telephone or other electronic communication between the child(ren) and the other parent shall not be monitored by or interrupted by the other parent. “Electronic Communication” includes telephones, electronic mail or email, webcams, video-conferencing equipment and software or other wired or wireless technologies or other means of communications to supplement face to face contact.


XII. CHILD CARE


XIII. CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS OF THE PARENTING PLAN

This Parenting Plan may be modified or varied on a temporary basis when both parents agree in writing. When the parents do not agree, the Parenting Plan remains in effect until further order of the court. Any substantial changes to the Parenting Plan must be sought through the filing of a supplemental petition for modification


XIV. RELOCATION

Any relocation of the child(ren) is subject to and must be sought in compliance with s. 61.13001, Fla.Stat.


XV. DISPUTES OR CONFLICT RESOLUTION

Parents shall attempt to cooperatively resolve any disputes which may arise over the terms of the Parenting Plan. The parents may wish to use mediation or other dispute resolution methods and assistance, such as Parenting Coordinators and Parenting Counselors, before filing a court action.


XVI. OTHER PROVISIONS


SIGNATURE OF MOTHER

I HEREBY CERTIFY that I have been open and honest in entering into this Parenting Plan. I am satisfied with this Parenting Plan and intend to be bound by it.


SIGNATURE OF FATHER

I HEREBY CERTIFY that I have been open and honest in entering into this Parenting Plan. I am satisfied with this Parenting Plan and intend to be bound by it.


Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.9 – Parenting Plan (10/08)


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